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Lagers
Lagers are fermented with bottom-fermenting lager yeast at cooler temperatures than those used to ferment ales, typically producing a drier, crisper beer with less fruity characteristics.
ColorBalanceTasteExamples
American Lager
American Lager

Balance of hops and malt with crisp, dry finish.Examples
American Light Lager
American Light Lager

Most popular style worldwide. Very refreshing and thirst quenching.Examples
Pilsner
Pilsner

Pronounced hops aroma and bitterness with refreshing finish.Examples
Amber Lager
Amber Lager

Roasted, malty sweetness with well-balanced, dry bitterness.Examples
Marzen/ Oktoberfest
Marzen_Oktoberfest

Mildly hopped with complex malt character.Examples
Bock
Bock

Rich, sweet caramels and warm, toasty flavors.Examples



Ales
The fruity, estery taste of ales is created by combining top-fermenting ale yeast and warmer temperatures.
ColorBalanceTasteExamples
Belgian Style Witbier
Belgian Style Witbier

Unfiltered ale with orange, citrus and coreander aromas.Examples
Heffeweizen
Heffeweizen

Unfiltered ale with unique clove and banana aromas.Examples
American Wheat Ale
American Wheat Ale

Very refreshing, slightly tart flavor with subtle citrus aroma.Examples
Blonde Ale
Blonde Ale

Smooth, malty sweetness and balanced bitterness.Examples
Pale Ale
Pale Ale

Malty sweetness balanced by hoppy bitterness.Examples
India Pale Ale
India Pale Ale

Substantial maltiness with pronounced hoppy aroma and flavor.Examples
Amber Ale
Amber Ale

Sweet caramel notes and citrusy aromas with smooth finish.Examples
Brown Ale
Brown Ale

Malty flavor balanced with hints of caramel and chocolate.Examples
Porter
Porter

Roasted flavor complemented by nutty and toffee characteristics.Examples
Stout
Stout

Prevalent chocolate and coffee flavors.Examples
 
 

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